The Pirate Bay The Pirate Bay was the talk of the month since they had their servers seized and then quickly returned to them after authorities found no illegal content. To help crack down on piracy Microsoft also updated their Windows Genuine Advantage (WGA) process to check for counterfeit versions of Windows XP…which unexpectedly identified legitimate versions of Windows as counterfeit.




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  • Adobe forces Microsoft to remove PDF functionality from Office 2007. [Read More]
  • Microsoft Office 2007 gets contextual spell checking. [Read More]
  • Tweaking Ubuntu for maximum performance. [Read More]
  • Tweaking Firefox’s password manager. [Read More]
  • Save your Firefox session with Google Browser Sync. [Read More]
  • Microsoft makes WGA more controversial. [Read More]
  • Google Homepage in 2084. [Read More]
  • The Pirate Bay doubles their traffic after police raid. [Read More]
  • The first Flock Beta was released. [Read More]
  • Google opens up Picasa Web Albums to invited testers. [Read More]
  • We start posting CyberNotes articles. [Read More]
  • Netscape launches their Digg clone. [Read More]
  • Bill Gates steps down as Chief Software Architect. [Read More]
  • First trick to get an @live.com email address. [Read More]
  • Microsoft’s France website got hacked…oops. [Read More]
  • Interact with advertisements in your train station. [Read More]
  • Windows Live Messenger is officially launched with a visual refresh being the most noticeable change. [Read More]
  • New 3D desktop prototype…that still isn’t released. [Read More]
  • Dell laptop explodes at a conference. [Read More]
  • How to remove WGA notifications. [Read More]
  • CyberNet releases an Opera widget. [Read More]
  • Google releases Desktop 4 with a $5000 competition. [Read More]
  • Fixing Firefox extension compatibility issues. [Read More]
  • Remove the Windows Update Restart prompt. [Read More]